A Double P Review: ChargeKey from NOMAD
Let’s be honest, the battery life on most mobile devices is horrible. Remember when you could use your phone for days without having to charger it at all? Granted, the phones we have today are vastly superior to even some computers we were using 10 years ago. Nevertheless the fact remains: I’m constantly charging my phone when I’m out away from my home. I have an elaborate schedule for regularly charging my phone when I’m at work and driving to/from home during the week. I have to do this so I’m not caught in the “wild” with a device slowly awaiting death. Even with this planned schedule, there are times where I’m without my charger in a location where three’s no lightning cable insight. That’s where the ChargeKey comes into play.
There are three things I always have on me at any given time: my iPhone, my wallet, and my car keys. Now I can add a lightning cable to the list thanks to the ChargeKey. One end of the cable is your standard USB port and the other will be your choice of connection: lightning or micro USB. Imagine if you had a key on your at anytime that had the ability to charge your phone or any other mobile device for that matter. That’s essentially what the ChargeKey offers and it’s pretty great. As I was using it through my work day, many people asked me why the cable was so short. As I showed them where I kept the cable at all times, on my keychain, they instantly understood and inquired on where it was purchased. The beauty of the ChargeKey is that it’s durable and compact enough to stay on my keychain and flexible enough to be used in virtually any USB port.
I had absolutely no issues with using the cable in and I can easily recommend the ChargeKey as a perfect companion to any mobile device you or a loved one might have. If you’re in the market for an extra lightning or micro USB cable, I would highly suggest giving thought to purchasing a ChargeKey for the convenience factor it provides.
ChargeKey Lightning Cable || Micro USB